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Secular Author Tries to "Take the Bible Literally"

A book titled The Year of Living Biblically: One Man's Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible came out a few years ago. It was written ...


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God's Word Acts Like a Slow Drip, Not a Big Splash

In her book Walking in the Dust of Rabbi Jesus, Lois Tverberg retells the following story about a famous first century rabbi named Rabbi Akiva:

One day ...

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Prayers from Haitian Christians About God's Word

Editor's Note: Eleanor Turnbull, a veteran missionary to Haiti, collected and translated the simple but powerful prayers of the Christians who live ...


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Customizing the Bible Like the Pandora Radio Program

One of the marvels of the Internet age is Pandora radio. When you listen to a radio station on terrestrial or satellite radio, you have to listen to every ...


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Children's Bible "Product of Much Pain"

Prolific children's author George Koshy spent three years writing a children's Bible, the first of its kind to be originated in any Indian language. ...


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How the Bible Differs from a Golf Yardage Book

Have you ever watched professional golfers and been awed by their ability to land a shot from two hundred yards away just a few yards from the hole? You ...


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Bible Contradicts Every Culture at Some Point

Many of us read a certain passage of Scripture and say, "That's so regressive, so offensive." But we ought to entertain the idea that maybe ...


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Woman Gives Every Prisoner a Bible

Kathy Lang's first day on the job was met with angry stares, bitterness, and harsh words.

"I hate you!" one girl shouted.

"I love you," ...


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Son's Rescue Teaches Valuable Lesson

Max DePree had a young grandson who once locked himself in the bathroom. Nothing his mother did could get him out. She called the police, and they too ...


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Beethoven Unknowingly Poisoned Himself

In 2000, an Illinois scientist named William Walsh studied strands of hair from the body of famous classical composer Ludwig Van Beethoven. By studying ...


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